Annie L. Muir
Portage Wis. April 27 1892.Dear Sister Louie:-May hearty thanks for the check for $50.00, which I am ashamed to accept- being already so deeply indebted to you all. But it shows great kindness and generosity on your part, for which I do not know how to thank you in words, and If I am ever able, in any way, to do so in deeds, I shall do so most gladly and I thank the Lord for the privilege. Apr. 28.-Already ten days since “The Boys” – John & David left us and amid most depressing circumstances , - You could not, I think, without being here, comprehend the feeling06168
1892 Apr 27
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 13 cm.
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